Daan Mertens. Phd student. Plastic defence strategies in Brassicaceae as an optimal response to unpredictable multi-herbivore communities: Predictability of insect community structure.
Maite Fernandez de Bobadilla. PhD student. Plastic defence strategies in Brassicaceae as an optimal response to unpredictable multi-herbivore communities: Plant physiological adaptations to multi-herbivore attack.
Martin Stefanov. PhD student. Modelling an ecological network of plant-insect dynamics in the context of volatile plant metabolite profiles.
Jorad de Vries. PhD student. Linking plasticity in plant growth and defence with dynamic insect herbivore communities: a new perspective on the growth-defence trade-off.
Quint Rusman. PhD student. Dealing with herbivores at the expense of pollination: effects of herbivore-induced changes on flower traits.
Mitchel Bourne. PhD student. Beware of the enemy of your enemy’s enemy: plant-mediated interaction networks that allow hyperparasitic wasps to find their parasitoid host.
Alessia Vitiello. Post-doc. Plant physiological adaptations to multi-herbivore attack.
Antonio Cusumano. Post-doc. Unraveling the complexity of plant-insect interactions: the role of herbivore associated organisms.
Ilka Vosteen. Post-doc. Parasitoid host location: using volatiles on different spatial scales and in context of distorting elements.
Janneke Bloem. Technician. Molecular ecology of plant-insect interactions.